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Guzzilazz

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    Larry
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    Botheras
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  1. Without trying to be pedantic, that is what I said... There are too many people who believe they won't be affected by the disease, as they are young. Someone in my village was infected and hospitalised for 6 weeks. He had sepsis and two strokes, before being released from hospital. He was 31 and fit before the virus. There is much rumour that pubs and restaurants aren't taking names and contact details, and not providing "Covid Safe" environments. Combining the "it won't affect me" with the previous sentence, there is little chance in my opinion that we will be doing much differently until a vaccination programme is well under way, and that will reduce the incidence of the virus in society.
  2. Individually we have zero chance of "beating this thing down". Its transmissibility is phenomenal, as can be seen from the upticks in cases in numerous places around the UK and the rest of the world. The only real hope is that one of the vaccines works...
  3. I'm afraid that's a poor excuse. It should be simple to prioritise the important issues to be dealt with. Basic principle of management
  4. I'm afraid I find the MYA seriously lacking in Covid 19 guidance. As of today, local cricket is allowed with constraints, and that has been due to the governing body working with the government to come up with safe ways of playing. As for the RYA guidance, the applicability to radio sailing is very tenuous. Surely as our sport's governing body, the guidance should be coming from MYA rather than the resounding silence we are currently getting, with the major focus being on the changes to the constitution. Will that encourage the development of the sport? I doubt it. What about giving clubs guidance on Covid? Surely seeing boats sailing and racing again is what the Council should be concentrating on...
  5. 6 is the maximum number of people in England that can meet outside. You need to look at the restrictions in Wales
  6. According to Graham Bantock's card that he sells: A rig 0-10deg heel, 2deg rake, 10-30 deg heel, 1deg rake, more than 30 deg heel 0 rake. B rig 20+ Deg heel, 2 deg rake C RIg 20+ Deg heel, 4 deg rake... Oh how I wish he'd stated it in mm of forestay length...
  7. I had a "proper" sized Oliver Lee boat- an Anderson 26, and he knew how to design a pretty and quick boat...
  8. Hi John, It's the Class Registrar... See the UK Class website for whichever boat you sail
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